On Saturday, the Panthers will skate on Dade County ice for the first time since losing 7-3 to the Flyers on April 16, 1998.
It's all going down at Kendall Ice Arena.
The players have been told to be there by 11 a.m. tomorrow so practice should begin before the scheduled noon starting time.
The practice at the 'southernmost' rink in the U.S. is free and open to the public.
If you are going, I would get there early.
Earlier this season, the team was mobbed by a large crowd in Pembroke Pines.
It's good to see the Panthers spreading the hockey around South Florida. Last year, they returned to their old rink in Lighthouse Point. This year, they're practicing in Pembroke Pines and Kendall.
Next year, it appears that they will hold at least one practice in Lake Worth.
The more, the merrier.